Barack Obama crippled the American economy for 8 years by going whole hog for the fraudulent science and junk science of the Global Warming myth and hoax. His draconian EPA regulations strangled business activity, kept us dependent on foreign oil and brought further energy development to a standstill, unless it was government subsidized solar and wind. All domestic drilling on public lands came to an abrupt halt under Obama.
President Trump has brought us out of this prison, removed the shackles of energy development and now brings the United States into being, for the first time in a very long time, an energy exporter. Drilling has resumed and the Keystone XL Pipeline that Obama had stopped is now again under construction. Not only will that provide jobs and wealth to Americans but we will also be able to break the Russian monopoly of energy in Europe for those countries who would like to step outside Russia’s monopoly.
Participants in the Dubrovnik Forum on Thursday adopted a declaration supporting concrete energy, transport and digital communication projects to connect Central and Eastern Europe and calling on interested parties from all over the world to join in those projects.
Twelve EU member countries located between the Adriatic, Baltic and Black Seas – Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia – support “The Three Seas Initiative”, an informal platform designed to secure political support and facilitate action in specific cross-border and macro-regional projects, reads the declaration.
The said projects in the energy, transport, digital communication and economic sectors in Central and Eastern Europe are expected to strengthen the competitiveness of the 12 countries’ economies and their security as well as strengthen the entire EU.
The Three Seas Initiative is open to partnerships in specific projects with interested countries or businesses from all over the world that are committed to basic EU values and principles, says the document.
In his speech at the opening of the conference, Polish President Andrzej Duda said that LNG projects in Poland and Croatia, once they became operational, would be attractive to international investors.